Russia's foreign minister said Friday the downturn in relations with the United States began with the Obama administration's "small-hearted" and "revengeful" actions and has plummeted further because of "Russo-phobic hysteria."
If the future of U.S.-Russian relations is daunting, however, it is hardly terra incognita, not least because the United States now possesses nearly two decades of experience in dealing with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the "Putinist" system, and the foreign policy he has constructed.
FBI Director said he has seen no interference from the White House in the ongoing investigation into potential collusion between Moscow and Trump associates in last year's election.
Amid all the public hue and cry about historical statue removal, we've heard little about the several ongoing federal investigations.
For decades, the United States was the preeminent power broker in the Middle East. But in the past few years, that role has changed.
The former Russian ambassador to the United States on Saturday strongly denied the accusations of meddling in the U.S. presidential election.
US sanctions ramifications: Russia and Iran signed a $2.5 billion deal on Monday to start up a much-needed rail wagon production operation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday the United States would have to cut its embassy and consulate staff in Russia by 755.
Moscow defends North Korea in a way that's designed to get both the Russian public and the international community to see Russia as a great power.